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If a chameleon loses a fight, it turns gray. If it wins, it turns green. Making Music In 2004 Congress passed a $388 billion spending bill that included $25,000 for the study of mariachi music. Deborah Harry of Blondie worked briefly as a Playboy bunny. And in case you didn’t suspect, she’s really a brunette. Even in the post-Taliban era, it’s still against the law in Afghanistan for a woman to sing on TV. The last reel-to-reel tape manufacturer in America closed its doors in January 2005. According to Billboard magazine, the number one single of the 1960s was “Hey Jude,” by the Beatles.
Russians stand about 10 inches apart. The United States is first in the world in gun ownership per capita. Finland is second. Today, 25 percent of American men are 6 feet or taller, compared to only 4 percent in 1900. S. ” The average American buys 17 yards of dental floss each year. Floods cause more death and destruction in the United States than any other natural disaster. Number of real haunted houses in the United States, according to the Ghost Research Society: 789. Two percent of Americans always tip a waiter.
Toothpaste tubes quickly became the standard. WRISTWATCHES Several Swiss watchmakers began attaching small watches to bracelets in 1790. Those early watches weren’t considered serious timepieces and remained strictly a women’s item until World War I, when armies recognized their usefulness in battle and began issuing them to servicemen instead of the traditional pocket watch. FORKS Before forks became popular, the difference between refined and common people was the number of fingers they ate with.
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